Knowledge Management (KM) can be defined as the behaviour of an entity in managing its knowledge resources oriented to the fulfillment of its objectives. KM essentially results in particular kinds of Knowledge Manipulation Activities (KMA) including acquisition, selection, generation, assimilation and emission.
This ontology is based on Holsapple & Joshi ontology published in JASIST 55(7).
How to cite
Sicilia, M.A., Lytras. M., Rodríguez, E. García-Barriocanal, E. (2006) Integrating Descriptions of Knowledge Management Learning Activities into Large Ontological Structures: A case Study. Data and Knowledge Engineering 57(2), pp. 111-121.